Posted by: As I See It by Arnie | March 14, 2007

Libby and Berger, a contrast of justice. Liberal style.

Scooter Libby may go to jail, but Sandy Berger is free as a hog. Do you perceive a bias here? Is there something wrong, that just does not add up to justice, that goes beyond a mystery novelist imaginations? But again the saying that “truth is stranger than fiction” is again showed to be so.

President Bill Clinton’s National Security Advisor Sandy Berger was caught stealing documents from the National archives and has pleaded guilty, but will not go to jail. The case is not over yet, but the DOJ sees no need. Amanda Carpenter has the story here.

“In a curt February 16 letter, the Department of Justice (DOJ) dismissed a 60-page report by the Republican staff of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Affairs that demanded Berger be given the polygraph test he agreed to take in order to determine the extent of his theft of materials from the Archives.” “We believe there are no facts that would justify a polygraph of Mr. Berger at this time,” said a letter from Acting Assistant Atty. Gen. Richard Hertling to the committee’s ranking Republican member, Rep. Tom Davis (R.-Va.)”

The Republicans on the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform are now rightly asking that that test be administered in order to help determine the extent of Berger’s theft of classified documents from the National Archives.

Summary. A conservative high up on the republican White House staff is found guilty of a bad memory and could serve 20 years in jail, but a liberal high up on the staff of Democrat Clinton caught stealing classified documents gets a misdemeanor charge.

Truth is stranger than fiction. Truth is outlawed, fiction is more readable. Have you curled up to a good novel recently? Read the liberal talking points, as it is all fictitious.


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